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Thursday, February 6, 2014
Objectives:

Analyze the eulogies of Brutus and Mark Antony for Pathos, Ethos, and
Logos.

Compare and discuss the effectiveness of the rhetoric used in each
speech.
DO NOW:
In your reading log, write today’s date and answer the following
question:
Thou art a citizen of Rome during the reign of Caesar and thou
hast been asked to join the conspiracy against him. What is thy
response? Be sure to giveth a reason for thy answer.
Pathos: appeal to emotion (sadness, anger,
guilt, etc.)
Ethos: establishes the speaker’s credibility
with the crowd through trustworthiness,
personal experience, position/profession,
etc.
Logos: appeal to logic, a fact-based argument
Brutus’ Speech
“Romans, countrymen,
and lovers!”
Pathos
“Believe me for mine
honour, and have
respect to mine
honour”
Ethos
“If there be any in this
assembly, any dear
friend of Caesar's, to
him I say, that Brutus'
love to Caesar was no
less than his.”
Ethos
“As Caesar loved me, I weep for
him; as he was fortunate, I
rejoice at it; as he was valiant*,
I honour him; but, as he was
ambitious*, I slew him. There is
tears for his love; joy for his
fortune; honour for his valour;
and death for his ambition”
Logos
“Who
is here so rude
that would not be a
Roman? . . . Who is
here so vile* that will
not love his country?”
Pathos
What does Brutus
want the crowd
to understand?
1. Caesar was ambitious.
2. Brutus murdered him for
the good of Rome.
Mark Antony’s Speech
“Friends, Romans,
countrymen”
Pathos
“He was my friend,
faithful and just to
me”
Ethos
“He hath brought
many captives home to
Rome whose ransoms
did the general
coffers* fill”
Logos
“When that the poor
have cried, Caesar
hath wept”
Logos
“You all did see that
on the Lupercal
I thrice presented him
a kingly crown,
Which he did thrice
refuse”
Logos
“I speak not to
disprove what Brutus
spoke, But here I am
to speak what I do
know.”
Ethos
“O judgment! thou art fled
to brutish beasts, And men
have lost their reason. Bear
with me; My heart is in the
coffin there with Caesar,
And I must pause till it come
back to me.” (tear*)
Pathos
What does Mark
Antony attempt
to do in his
speech?
1. Prove Caesar was not
ambitious.
2. Blame the conspirators for
the wrongful death of
Caesar.
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